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Birding tours in the foothills of Eastern Himalays


This is a very easy and productive driving tour in the Himalayan Foothills for Birds and Wildlife. A big list of species can be achieved

The wildlife and birdwatching destinations of North India are perfect for anyone who is a first-time visitor to the country and its wildlife. With a wide variety of landscapes and habitats, home to a wide variety of animals and birds, this region is one of the most promising and fulfilling of wild destinations that India has to offer.  This guided birdwatching and wildlife tour takes you to some of the best sites of North India, such as Nameri National Park, Dirang, Egalenest, and Guwahati.



Situated at the foothills of the eastern Himalayas in the Sonitpur district of Assam, Nameri National Park is the last home to the White-winged wood duck, the most endangered species of ducks in India. The national park is also home to a substantial population of elephants. Some of the other animals that can be seen here are capped langurs, wild boars, bisons, giant squirrels, black bears, leopards and sloth bears. Nameri National Park is also home to birds such as hornbills, wood ducks and plovers to bee eaters and babblers making it a favorite among wildlife and nature enthusiasts and photographers.


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from INR70,000.00

    INR70,000.00 For Foreign Nationals: @ USD 1010/- per pax INR70,000.00 Per STANDARD
    INR87,000.00 For Foreign Nationals: @ USD 1200/- per pax INR87,000.00 Per DELUXE
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